Muse has been busy working on their 7th studio album since last October, and the months of studio time have paid off. Muse has just announced that their new album, Drones, will be released on June 8th! In the United States, this will probably be June 9th.
To kick things off, Muse is also doing a quick UK tour starting this Sunday. You can go to Muse’s official site for dates and to purchase tickets for the Psycho Tour.
Frontman Matt Bellamy has hinted that the first song we’d hear from the album will be a track called “Psycho.” Rolling Stone confirms that it will be released tomorrow. For now, you can listen to a clip of it below:
The first official single is called “Dead Inside,” and will premiere later this month. You can see the full, 12-song track listing from Drones below:
1. Dead Inside
2. [Drill Sergeant]
6. The Handler
11. The Globalist
Drones is coming out in just a few months, and Muse will have plenty going on between now and then. You can read up on all that we know about Drones so far – including who’s producing it, what it sounds like, and how it will compare to their last two records. Keep checking back here for the latest Muse music news.
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